As stated in its official press release, the respected publication has named Alexandra Senes as the mag's new editor-in-chief — a true industry pro who's not only been on the editorial side of things, working with Journal du Dimanche, L’Officiel, and Architectural Digest, but also has experience in launching her own clothing line called Kilometre, and teaching at Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne. Some people can just do it all.
While parent company Hearst has not yet announced when the first issue of Harper's Bazaar France will appear on newsstands, we'll enjoy making predictions now for which utterly chic style star might appear on the inaugural cover. Léa Seydoux, Constance Jablonski, Carla Bruni? The possibilities are quite endless.
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